1. How do you learn behaviours?
- Simulation and rehearsel
- Executive control and attentional control
- Repetition and rehearsel
- Operant and classical conditioning
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2. What is the ventromedial prefrontal cortex important for?
- Preventing information from interfering with processing
- How to interact appropriately with others and objects and establish links between stimuli and actions
- Selection of desired behaviour and information
- Creating a mental model of the world. Ability to recognise and create rules for behaviour generalisable across contexts
3. Are SZ patients impaired on no-go trials?
4. What is 'Default mode' behaviour?
- When inhibition of spontaneous movement has not yet been learned
- When regulation and maintenance of posture has not yet been learned
- When inhibition of automatic processing has not yet been learned
- When inhibition of controlled processing has not yet been learned
5. What is 'perseveration' shown in patients with DLPFC damage?
- Cant create rules which generalise across contexts. e.g in Wisconsin card task will always use previously learned rule for sorting
- Continue to use previously learned rules not from an inability to switch. e.g in Wisconsin card task will always use previously learned rule for sorting
- Use a new rule on each trial reflecting an inability to learn. Not from an inability to switch e.g on Wisconsin card task will show random behaviour with a seemingly different rule each time
- Only create generalised rules which are not applied to behaviour, e.g on Wisconsin card task will show random behaviour with a seemingly different rule each time